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| June/July 1999

  • Grill Igniter

  • Grill Igniter


  • Grill Igniter
  • Grill Igniter

752 N. Georgetown Drive, Montgomery, Alabama 36109

My friend and fellow 'engineer' Herschel Thornell had the idea and I followed through.

I drilled a 13/16' hole in a short piece of angle iron, pushed a BBQ grill igniter into the hole, mounted this where the magneto should go, adjusted and aligned for the trip finger to plunge, and it works great.

My Hadacol bottle gas tank is telling of my age!





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